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great word. again, thank you for watching us. tonight please always remember that the spin stops right here because we are definitely looking out for you. and this is a fox news alert there are no developments in the crisis in syria. in a moment i will be joined by texas senator. secretary of state john kerry confirm thnefirmed that chemica were used in that deadly attack. >> what we saw in syria last week should shock the conscience of the world. let me be clear. the slaughter of civilians, the killing of women and children by
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chemical weapons is a worermora obsentity. it is inexcusable and despite the excuses that some have manufactured it is undeniable. >> he went onto accuse the regime of the attack and gave no details of any timeline or specifics of what and when the response will be. the response came hours after the attack. while the president drags his feet on the response what is stopping the syrian government from firing on its own people. senator, thank you for being with us. what should the response be from your per spspectiveperspective. well secretary kerry is right that assad using chemical
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weapons is an outrage and it is wrong. but missing from his approach has been a focus on what the touch stone should be. and the united states armed forces is not doesn't exist to be a policeman for the world. i hope the reaction isn't lobbying some cruise missiles into disagree with his murderous actions. rather our focus should be on protecting our materials. we shouldn't be arming rebels who would be affiliaing with al qaeda. and number two, our concern should be those chemical weapons preventing them from falling into the hands of al qaeda. that should be guiding our actions not expressing outrage.
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>> what he is saying it is inexcusable yeah, we agree. but you mentioned firing cruise missll misslles. is this going to be a therapeutic bombing so they can check off the box but that is it? >> look, if the objective is to make a symbolic step than that makes sense. it is difficult to see what a few cruise misslles would do. the focus should be the only justifiable reason for u.s. military forces to be engaged to protect our national security. sadly, that has been the missing variable from this administration's approach from the beginning as they allowed assad to slaughter his people. and the focus hasn't been on
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protecting his people. how about going to the united states congress. the constitution gives congress the authority to declare war. this president doesn't see it as a priority to go to congress and make the case while action is in his security. >> do you think he has an obligation to do that? >> i think he has an obligation to make the case to ago and the american people. it is justified and focused on the national security. it doesn't be -- it should be focused on protecting the citizens of american. they never saw the muslim brotherhood coming. if you look, i think the larger
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question has to be who is going to replace assad and the syrian opposition which was more pro american has given way to the pro jihadist movement. if assad is cast aside the ties will take over? >> look that is right. of nine major rebel groups, 7 of them may well have some significant tie to al siqaeda. and if assad is replaced by a regime, what would be dangerous for the united states, is for radical islamic government to seize control of those chemical weapons and to deploy them against us or our allies and that should be the focus of the government. that has not been the focus of the president.
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it was striking that the protesters were waving banners that said president obama supports the radical islamic government that is oppressing us. what a sad state of affairing when the united states is arm and arm which the islamist governments. >> we have many more displaced and it seems we have gotten to the point where our allies don't trust us and our enemies don't fear us. >> if there is one principle that has proved true, it is that bullies and tyrants don't respect weakness.
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enemies have learned there is little to fear and the dangerous escalation to this has been assad's patron in iran which continues to develop nuclear weapons which i think would pose a huge national security threat to the united states. you and senator rand paul have been involved in the effort to defund obama care and you said the only way it will happen is if a grass roots tsunami takes place in washington. what are you looking for? let me tell you. we are getting real momentum. there is a national website, don' it has 578,000 signatures on it.
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we have seen 10 or 20,000 signatures. i keel confident with the hanity viewers and the loyal passion that they have for freedom that at the end of this show that we can break 6,000. to me this is a deal killer. the republicans don't stand, i appreciate the symbolic votes but this is the real deal this time. >> if you don't stand for it. i don't see a difference between the republicans and the democrats. >> sadly, sean, there is one difference. right now the people fighting the hardest against defunding obamacare are republicans. the republicans are all shooting at those who are trying to work with the grass roots to stop this disaster of a bill that is killing jobs and driving up
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insurance rates and hurting the american people. how do we win? first we get 41 republicans in the senate to stand together and the only way to do that is to get millions of americans to go online and hold our officials accountable. but once millions of americans are energized, they can hold democrats accountable. if you are up for elections in arkansas and louisiana and you start getting calls from 5,000 or 10,000 or 50,000, this looks very, very different. i agree with you. we are running out of time. i want to get this in. i know a lot has been made of the fact that your birth certificate and you have renounwned your canadian citizenship. but it is interesting how many democrats do not want you to get into the race for the presidency. let me play for you the comments
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of howard dean and get your response. >> these are crazy ideas that are from the far right. he's a slick spokesman. >> god help us if he everyone. i want you to respond. what is your alternative that you are offering? >> look, there are democrats that can choose to throw whatever rocks they want. unfortunately governor dean's approach is he likes a won size fits all approach. what he was responding to was i said americans should be able to buy insurance across state lines and americans should have the ability to get low cost patient care. and sadly that has been the approach of president obama and
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governor dean and nancy pelosi is to put washington in the middle of the doctor's office and that is why the american people are rising up and saying stop this train wreck let's get jobs back. >> i hope more republicans join on. appreciate it, thank you for being with us. >> coming up, we are ten days removed from the slaing of 22-year-old christopher lane. and the president has yet to condemn the murder. two teens accused of beating to death a decorated world war ii veteran. and tonight video is back. you get to cast your vote for the winner. here is a sneak peak choice number one a pit stop that went
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first shot i said he could have been my son. he could have been me 35 years ago. >> that of course was president obama reacting to the death of trayvon martin. but while he was quick to respond to that case we are now ten days removed of the death of an innocent student in oklahoma. so why the different reaction. let's look at the president weighed in on the case of professor henry louis gates in 2009. >> i don't know not having been there and seeing all of the facts what role race played in that but it is fair to say number one any of us would be pretty angry. number two, that the cambridge police acted stupidly in
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arresting somebody when there was proof that they were in their own home and number three what i think we know separate and apart from this incident is that there is a long history in this country of african-americans and latinos being stopped by law enforcement disproportionately. and that is just a fact. >> he reponded there. talked twice on trayvon. we have a bus beating and this case with the australian and the beating of the world war ii vet. is this selective reaction? >> in the shadow of the march on washington. all i can think is we are such a long way, i think that nigel
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would agree we are so far from the days where you had three american young people two whites and one black who died trying to make america better. i don't know what is going on. >> where is the president on this? >> i don't know if you let me finish you will hear me say this. i do think that the president should peak out on this. i think this is an opportunity to speak to the general problem of youth violence and the state of our youth violence in america generally speaking. no, i mean i don't think we should run over that. i want us to talk to meech other not just over each other. >> first of all, it is great to be on with you and my sister santita. sean, you and your producers are
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appropriate and quite brilliant to have two children of great civil rights leader. i agree with her, that we have come a long way since churner, cheney and goodman since they were murdered. i would call for attorney general heolder to investigate this vicious brutal murder of the man in spokane and also on this australian student and see if this was a hate crime. i think the president has had the wrong in strin k. every time he has come out publicly he has tended to guess wrong when it comes to race.
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i think it is a tragedy, so many americans in 2008 invested so much hope in this president that he would be a martin luther king. i understand i saw collin powell that he is not a black president he is a president of all the people and he happens to be black. but there is no question, i didn't vote for the guy either time but i hoped i was cheering for him that he would step up to the plate and step outside of the box of race and help bring this country together. he has an opportunity wednesday i hope he does. >> well, you know i don't think that he has stayed in the box of race. i think of reverend dr. martin luther king i see this as not being a racial issue as much as an american issue. i say that before until we
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address the deeper problems of violence. we are ignoring the question of the roots of violence. whether it is white on white or black on black. >> neither one of you has addressed that he spoke out in louis gates case and we have these high profile cases two of them mentioned by nigel and one is the beating of the white teen on the florida bus and the president doesn't speak out in that case. >> i'm sorry but i did say -- >> you said that you want him to but he hasn't. >> but i want him to. >> but you asked if that is what i wanted and i'm telling you that is what i would like for him to do. i want him to take this instance and deal with general issues because unless we deal with the issue of violence generally
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these tragedies will continue to mount whether they are interracial or within the community. >> i agree with you a little bit. but it is more than just crime and just violence. there is a crisis among young black men. you know, hundreds of thousands of americans ten percent of the union army were black men that fought for liberty for americans and these young black men today are being poisoned by a gross disgusting vile entertainment culture. i call it the entertainment complex. when is the president of the united states going to do what dr. king did. they challenged the american people to live up to the creed of americanness. he was a patriot. when is our president going to
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challenge the industrial complex to do the right thing and stop their racial profiling of young black men. >> we have to take a break real quick. >> we need to challenge the entertainment complex and our culture so that we can get better. everything we do we go to war like we go to lunch and dr. king said unless we change those priorities which is in spiritual death. we can go another way and my love to your family and to yours. >> what about my family? >> i said and to you. >> particularly your wife. i don't know about you. >> what am i chopped liver? a potted plant on this show? >> it is just not enough what am i going to do? god bless you both >> we are bowing to turn our focus to a senseless murder that
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has shocked the nation. world war ii hero beaten to death by two teens. and it is miley gone wild. was the r-rated performance too raunchy for tv? >> but first it happens to be another controversial moment from last night's award show. this one involving taylor swift. hanity live on twitter. and we'll continue. that's why hp built a new kind of server. one that's 80% smaller. uses 89% less energy. and costs 77% less. it's called hp moonshot. and it's giving the internet the room it needs to grow. this&is gonna be big. hp moonshot.
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another shocking killing has been making headlines. vigils were held this weekend in spokane, washington in honor of delbe delbert, "shorty" belton. police chief spoke today.
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>> i would like to make it very clear the motive for this attack was robbery. race was not a factor. additionally, there was no gang activity that was associated with this incident. >> he went onto talk about the real issue that he hoped people would focus on. >> we have a troubled group of young people not just in spokane but throughout the country that need the assistance and guidance of the community. >> is it possible to help a kid who seems to have no problem beating an 85-year-old man to death? here now are are two men with experience dealing with teens. guys, good to see you again. >> thank you. >> the police chief is saying defentively race is not a factor. hang on a second.
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how does he know that so early. if two young strong kids want to rob an 85-year-old man they can rob him and not kill him -- 88 years old. >> 88 years old. yeah. 16 years old and they are going to select a victim that is feeble and that they know that they can beat to death. he did not say that race was not a contributing factor. race could have been a contributing factor and it is not unusual to have multiple variables that could have caused it. one other thing too age is just as much of a factor in this case as race. i think they picked that guy because of his age. that is a hate crime as well. >> look, i think they picked him because of his age. but mark, an 88 year old guy,
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they didn't have to kill him. i think the police are wrong to say this. >> i think the police chief was kind of condesending to make the statements he did. i think you are right. they didn't need to kill him. robbery was the national incentive for the contact and the beating. he fought back which the police chief later stated in that president conference. he said it made matters worse. you have to look at this. these two teens picked him not only because he was old but because he was white. there was no chance that he was related to anyone in their community that they new. race is a factor. it is secondary but it is a factor.
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>> you know what, let me say this. race may have been a factor but we don't know that for sure. we have to give the police department the benefit of the doubt. they have ruled race out. race is a factor. i'm not show sure if we can say that race was the reason why these guys attacked this guy. what about this case? >> you kill somebody because you are bored? you are bored so let me kill somebody? >> you know, let me say this? there is another fact that we have to look at. it is important, there is a drug called molly and i talked about this on "fox and friends" this morning. this drug is a drug that teens tend to use a lot. i guarantee you. that everyone of these cases with these deans these teens were high off of that drug. you need to google it. it is spreading from east to
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best. >> is it like crack? it is like pcp. if you google it you will see stories of stories of teens using molly. it is making people very violent >> what if they are not on these drugs? what kid how do you get to be the age of 16 mark furman and kill somebody because you are bored? >> help me out. we don't know what they have gotten away with before some time. it is not something that they came up with the first time. the violent nature is a growing animal that lives inside people they get more violent and daring and adven toresome in their crimes. this is an attitude that they have to take responsibility for.
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rod and i have both worked communities where people are poor and black and hispanic and white. the lion's share of that community sends their kid to school and they go to work and keep their head down and make something of their life. the rest of the community decides they will be criminals and they do that. it is a choice. they can make the choice they made the wrong choice. mark, good to see you both. thank you for being with us. coming up next. we shocked the nation with a raunchy performance. when we come back we want to hear from you. log onto our companion site. follow the show. you can go ton twitter. at sean hanity is the address. no, this is not the running of the bulls in spain.
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stop paying for rate suckers. try snapshot free at miley cyrus was once idol iced by kized around the country and now she had a raunchy performance at last night's vma awards. let's take a look. ♪ this is our house, this is our roof and we can't stop ♪ ♪ what i'm trying to say, if you can't breathe ♪ ♪ maybe i'm going crazy make i'm
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going blind maybe i'm out of my mind ♪ ♪ okay now he was close to tried to domesticate you but your & mal babe it's in your nature ♪ >> that drew plenty of atension on the internet today. was that plenappropriate behavi for someone who has fans that look up to her. >> i'm friends with billy ray he's a friend of mine i feel sorry for him. i don't even know what to say. >> it was a difficult thing to watch. something else i watched the clip and it was hard for me to watch. the question i have is like this is all great. she loves this mtv loves this
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that we are talking about it still. and i want to say let's move on. there were other great performances that night. for me, i don't want to give this anymore attention. >> this is taken right out of the page of madonna in 1980. >> it is not a surprise. and the vma's they come out with something more shocking. and we should expect this and move on. but i feel sorry for her. >> i don't feel sorry for her because she knew what she was doing. this is about her distancing herself from hanna montana and disney. she went up there and she knew what she was going to do with that finger. if she wants to change her fan base and record music with rap
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artists and wants to be known for her sexuality she is doing what she wanted to do. criticizing her on stage is not what we should be doing. they are meant to be the most extreme version ever. >> i thought she was far, far prettier you know before all of this. i did. i thought she was a great looking kid. she had far more appeal for me then. >> how are we show casing women. why is it that a young girl needs to get attention this way. i don't hear as many people criticizing robyn thicke for being part of that he is married and being part of that. >> you are say that go he knew
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the finger was going to go there. as she said there were rehearsals. >> the bottom line s. i think she has a point these young girls they get their pop stardon and there is only one way to go down that route. >> the britney spears kiss she was 21 years old when she did that. it is almost like the turning point like you go on there and do something extreme and get everyone to talk about you the next day. >> i don't see that taylor swift go on stage and s was seen dropping the f word as some point. she was caught she didn't know she was on camera. >> but everyone projects an image that they want to project. she wants to get on stage and
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twirk. she has a sexual music video party all night long >> this works. >> what about that? >> it is orchestrated to make money and bring attract to her album. we have to take this and say this is what is happening and i have to decide whether or not i'm going to accept this and brang it bring it into my home and we have to reject that and say know. >> the bottom line is, i would rather not get the attention but it works. it is going to help her career she is going to go down the road. >> but right now i must say that everyone wants a piece of her. every big rapper is recording with her. he chose to perform that song with her. and that says something right there. and we are talking about her right now and i'm sure with her
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saying change the channel right now. >> the person that is not smiling is mom and dad. >>tish said that she was happy with it. >> that doesn't mean it is good or a benefit to the people in this country. >> that doesn't make it right. >> coming up. the obama administration is being accused of spying on the ux n. which i agree with. but the problem is they got caught. that is another black eye or the agency. we have reaction to that. you can still vote for video of the day. quick break we will continue. everyone's hair breaks.
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and yet in another leaked bombshell leaked by edward sn snowden, the internal video conferencing system. the agency showed that it has eves dropping posts in 80 us embassies and consulates within un headquarters.
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here with the reaction crisis tails which the nsa may want to read to figure out how to handle this crisis and from the american center on law and crisis. welcome to targeting conservatives it's actually refreshing, lanny, that we're going after the bad guys. i like that we're spying on our enemies at the u.n. but it's too stupid they got caught. that's the only criticism i have. i like that they're doing it. >> sean, let me remind you that i was a member of president bush's privacy and civility oversight board. i was read into the surveillance program along with ted olson, there were five of us who got to know about that program. when i was done watching and observing what we were doing to prevent another 9/11, i said to then the director of the nsa, great man, general mike hayden, if anything general hayden --
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there are so many hoops and checks and balances and legal concerns about approaching fourth amendment rights that we may miss the bad guys who are going to hit us again so i am a supporter of what i think is a great agency with a lot of great people, sometimes need some help in getting their story out, that i agree with you. >> all right, but, jay i support the patriot ago, it's supposed to go after foreigners and only americans that are with them. i support data mining. this was never designed to go after americans. that's the difference. >> well, there's two things here, right. one american target to this but look at the situation with the united nations. can you imagine if this was done or came out during the bush administration. bush administration spying on u.n. i mean, it would be news not just in a german magazine or newspaper, it would be national news or international news. but you've hit something that's important and, look, i'm all in favor -- i worked hard on the
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patriot act during the aftermath of 9/11 so i support the patriot act and have, but i think the problem with the nsa is twofold. one is lanny is correct in that their messaging has been awful. two, how did snowden get all this? how did that happen? >> i think that's a good question. >> and there is a fundamental issue of how we're operating that this guy got this data as a contractor. i mean, it's just mind-boggling that the agency let its guard down or somebody did within the agency -- >> a low-level. >> i'm sure there's a lot of good people inside the nsa and the fact we let our guard down and he got this information and we're getting it drip, drip, drip and russia has been spying on the united states and u.n. as have the chinese. part of what came out in the snowden information, the chinese were doing exactly the same thing here so this is not unusual or only littled to the united states but the idea that this information is getting leaked down and we don't have it clamped down in the right way i think is problematic. >> i think that's the bigger part of that. you have to agree were that,
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lanny. how did a low-level outside contractor have access to that? >> well, it's a function of some of these low-level administrative types to be able to have access. that was a fundamental mistake and that's one of the many issues that think the nsa going forward in addition to a fisa course that has some adversarial appointed person for the court to hear both sides but going back to the nsa, their mission is to keep america safe and free. if they stumble across an american dentally that's a fourth amendment issue. there are legal obligations i watched people pulling back and if they are not talking about americans and that is what we're talking about at the u.n., there are policy, political and especially freedom and safety issues that we ask the nsa to do and it's a shocking -- there might be interceptions of diplomatic individuals at the u.n. as it is rick seen gambling
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in casablanca. >> you know what's interesting, actually the convention in 1961 prohibits this kind of information gathering so there's international treaties and what the u.n. will rely on when they said they'll reach out to the united states they'll rely on the vienna treaty of 1961, the reality is these governments are all doing this. this is not something unique to the united states. all governments are engaged in this countersurveillance of other foreign governments. what it goes to the domestic side to a u.s. citizen and i think we have agreement on all this you run into different legal scenarios. >> a bipartisan basis at least support getting reforms into the program so we get the nsa to explain what it's doing and the american people right now are supporting this program to stop a future 9/11. we just have to explain it better. >> we have to stop spying on american citizens without a warrant. that's not what the patriot act allows. >> right. >> and maybe we can stop spying on people and targeting
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glad they're okay. that is all the time we have left this evening. as always thank you for being with us. let not your heart be troubled. the news continues. greta van susteren to go live "on the record." see you back here tomorrow night. greta, take it away. >> tonight is washington listening to you? really? >> i believe if we see a grassroots tsunami that is going to cause republicans and democrats to listen to the people. >> washington as a whole is dysfunctional. both parties have very serious problems. >> why are we not tackling solutions, finding solutions incrementally on issues whether it's border security, energy policy, immigration. continuing resolutions instead, what we have is a political class. it's americans versus the political class. ♪ ♪ hands in the air like we don't care ♪ ♪ so much fun now >> this is